We need names.  Harmon on a roll.

Several fired from Ministry of the Presidency

The relevant section of one of the letters of termination of contract served on an employee of the Ministry of the Presidency.The relevant section of one of the letters of termination of contract served on an employee of the Ministry of the Presidency.

More than five contracted employees of the Ministry of the Presidency were Monday given marching orders after government decided that their services were no longer required.

One of the persons, who has worked there for several years on annually renewed contract, expressed disgust at the manner he and others were fired. Those let go include a number of assistants to the President, Head of the Presidential Secretariat and presidential advisors.

That person said he had expected much more decorum rather than being served with a letter of termination of service by an Office Assistant on Monday June 22, 2015. “I never expected to be so ad hoc with just receiving a letter on a Monday afternoon without any meeting or consideration of re-assignment,” said the former employee.

The highly qualified persons said “I feel disappointed and hurt but I can’t do anything about it.”

Asked whether he believed that he and the others were the victims of a political witch-hunt by the new government against persons perceived as favourites by the previous People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC)-led administration, the former employee said “I don’t know if it is a witch-hunt or structural change.”

Ironically, the letters terminating the services of the Ministry of the Presidency functionaries was signed by Permanent Secretary Omar Sharif who is a senior functionary of the main opposition PPP.

Sharif was one of several persons who had initially appeared at a PPP press conference where alleged discrepancies in the results had been provided.

The PPP has repeatedly castigated the President David Granger-led administration, which was elected on May 11, 2015, of sacking several persons perceived as sympathetic or appointed by that party when it was in power over the last 23 years.

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One of the persons, who has worked there for several years on annually renewed contract, expressed disgust at the manner he and others were fired. Those let go include a number of assistants to the President, Head of the Presidential Secretariat and presidential advisors.


That person said he had expected much more decorum rather than being served with a letter of termination of service by an Office Assistant on Monday June 22, 2015. “I never expected to be so ad hoc with just receiving a letter on a Monday afternoon without any meeting or consideration of re-assignment,” said the former employee

 

Several fired from Ministry of the Presidency, Thursday, 25 June 2015 15:04, Written by  

Unfortunately, while it can be considered as unpleasant, that is the general process adopted by numerous organisations, world wide, in terminating contract employees.

 

Basically, contract employees can be terminated at any time or at the end of their contract.

Originally Posted by Jay Bharrat:

Our Coalition is cleaning house.

We need the names of rolling heads.

Heads roll out; heads roll in.

That was a letter of "Determine of Contract" not a "Letter of Termination" even though the language in the letter would suggest otherwise.  Looks like the Government official Omar Sharief don't read before signing. And you know what they would say - its a "typo" error.

 

 

Yep. Two blatant errors:

 

(1)"Termination of Contract" instead of "Determine of Contract"

(2)   ".... contract to be terminated, with..." instead of "...contract to be determine, with..."

 

This letter was written by one of the several PPP incompetent cronies who are still employed. These misfits should all be fired by the new Coalition Govt. Hopefully it is just a matter of time.

Originally Posted by Dondadda:
Originally Posted by Jay Bharrat:

Our Coalition is cleaning house.

We need the names of rolling heads.

Heads roll out; heads roll in.

That was a letter of "Determine of Contract" not a "Letter of Termination" even though the language in the letter would suggest otherwise.  Looks like the Government official Omar Sharief don't read before signing. And you know what they would say - its a "typo" error.

It's good of you to point this out, Don. It says a lot about Omar's competence. Harmon has to harmonize.

Technically, that letter cannot be used as a termination letter.

 

"Determine" is not "termination."

 

Can't blame PPP for that; the Coalition people need to have better sense than not checking if the letter makes sense.

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Dondadda:
Originally Posted by Jay Bharrat:

Our Coalition is cleaning house.

We need the names of rolling heads.

Heads roll out; heads roll in.

That was a letter of "Determine of Contract" not a "Letter of Termination" even though the language in the letter would suggest otherwise.  Looks like the Government official Omar Sharief don't read before signing. And you know what they would say - its a "typo" error.

It's good of you to point this out, Don. It says a lot about Omar's competence. Harmon has to harmonize.

Maybe it was a letter of De-termination - meaning termination no longer in effect.

Originally Posted by Dondadda:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Dondadda:
Originally Posted by Jay Bharrat:

Our Coalition is cleaning house.

We need the names of rolling heads.

Heads roll out; heads roll in.

That was a letter of "Determine of Contract" not a "Letter of Termination" even though the language in the letter would suggest otherwise.  Looks like the Government official Omar Sharief don't read before signing. And you know what they would say - its a "typo" error.

It's good of you to point this out, Don. It says a lot about Omar's competence. Harmon has to harmonize.

Maybe it was a letter of De-termination - meaning termination no longer in effect.

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